A process prescribed or assigned for testing qualification; as, the examination of a student, or of a candidate for admission to the bar or the ministry.
the act of giving students or candidates a test (as by questions) to determine what they know or have learned
a computer-based test
a memory test only
a prerequisite for the CPA certificate because it is the primary way Boards of Accountancy measure the competence of CPA candidates
a useful tool to circumvent or replace experience in certain areas and can be effectively used at an entry level, especially if the individual has no other academic qualifications
A formal supervised assessment process conducted under controlled conditions and designed to test a candidate's learning.
is a testing of the proficiency or knowledge of students. The examinations usually take place during the examination period, which terminates each term (semester). The lecturer can also organise an interim examination to assess knowledge of the students in the middle of semester. Failed examinations can be retaken.
is an evaluative exercise including but not limited to tests, quizzes or mid-term, final or supplementary examinations.
an assessment administered by the Academic Registrar on a specific day under supervised conditions.
A dentist thoroughly evaluates the state of health of the patient including a thorough examination of the hard and soft tissues of the oral cavity and contiguous structures. This includes but is not limited to the use of diagnostic information acquired through interpretation of appropriate dental radiographs and may also include pulp vitality tests, transillumination, study models and laboratory tests, when indicated.
specific assessment method; normally time-constrained under prescribed conditions; internally or externally set; oral, paper-based or on-line (tests; time-contrained assessments)
The process of obtaining a history, performing relative system reviews and selecting and administering specific tests and measurements to obtain data. To top
A form of assessment whereby a student is required to undertake a specified academic task within a specified, limited period of time, normally between 1 and 3 hours. The location of the examination and access to external assistance are normally also regulated.
A written assessment with fixed time-limit conducted under examination conditions in an examination hall designated by the Director of Academic Services for the purpose. Examinations which are not "unseen" may be either "seen", where the student is advised of the content of the paper prior to the examination although the paper is written under normal examination conditions, or "open-book" for which students may bring into the examination specified material which can be highlighted or underlined but not annotated.